Cooper Kingery is the son of Jill Contris Kingery and Chad Kingery, and will be a junior at Eastwood this fall. In addition to his studies, Cooper is a member of the Eastwood FFA, both the football and baseball teams, the Equestrian Team, and 4-H. He is also a member of Grace United Methodist Church. A conversation with Cooper might include him describing how he climbed down inside of a volcano or
his experience zip lining through a forest. Life after Eastwood will include college and he holds hope for involvement in collegiate baseball.
The fall of 2019 will find Kyla beginning her senior year at Eastwood. She is the daughter of Abby and Scott
McCoy. At Eastwood Kyla is a member of student council, Key Club, and the FFA. She is also involved in 4-H. You may see her at Frobose Meat Locker where she is employed. Traveling extensively at a young age, she has visited three continents and believes that Australia is her favorite
place. Following graduation from Eastwood Kyla will be attending college, pursuing a degree in Ag Education or Sports Management.
A recent graduate of Eastwood High School,
Hannah is the daughter of Tracy and Stephanie
Owens. Hannah’s career at Eastwood included Varsity softball, Varsity basketball, Eastwood Matmaid, FFA, National Honor Society, Junior Executive Council, Student Council, and Eastwood weight room. Outside of Eastwood, Hannah devotes time to 4-H, NOW Heat Travel Softball, and Teen-Institute. A favorite experience while in high school was the opportunity to attend spring training in Florida to enhance her softball career. She also enjoys adventures with friends and hanging out with her baby sister! This fall her academic and athletic career will continue at Owens Community
College. There she will study nursing and play collegiate softball.
Pemberville Free Fair Royalty Contest Rules
1. Contestant MUST be an incoming freshman or older and a resident in the Eastwood School District.
2. Males and females may participate.
3. Deadline to show intent to participate will be May 15th prior to the fair.
4. Tickets being dispensed will be counted and signed for at the time they are dispersed.
5. Tickets will be dispersed to only the contestant or a parent/guardian.
6. Ticket count attendance is mandatory! Ticket counts are held monthly.
7. All tickets sold MUST be turned in at each ticket count. Unsold tickets must also be brought to ticket count for verification purposes.
8. Each contestant is financially responsible for every ticket dispersed. Lost or unaccounted for tickets will be charged to the contestant.
9. The final ticket count will be held on the Monday evening prior to the start of the fair.
10. Commission will be paid as determined by the Pemberville Fair Board.
11. Commission checks will be presented at the recognition ceremony on Wednesday of the fair.
12. DRESS CODE: As a royalty contestant, you are representing yourself and the Pemberville Free Fair. A modest appearance is required when selling tickets and attending the fair. If you need clarification, please see Kara or Kate.
13. Each contestant will be required to sell tickets for a period of one hour during the fair. Times will be scheduled at the final ticket count.
14. Participation in the Saturday parade is MANDATORY and there will be ZERO TOLERANCE FOR CELL PHONE USAGE DURING THE PARADE.
15. The winner is required to pull the winning 50/50 raffle ticket on Saturday evening at 11:00 p.m.